Davor Vidas (ed.)
Implementing the Environmental Protection Regime for the Antarctic. 
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000. 446 p.

When the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty entered into force on 14 January 1998, a new phase commenced for the Antarctic Treaty System. Now several crucial implementation questions need to be solved in order to enhance and make possible the implementation of the Protocol. What would be the consequences for the parties of a possible failure to resolve these issues, on what premises can solutions be based, and what are the options? This book provides a systematic overview of the implementation issues in sections on jurisdiction, control and enforcement in the Antarctic (Part I), institutional support to the implementation of the Protocol (Part II), normative support to the implementation of the Protocol: an Antarctic liability regime (Part III), relationships with other international instruments and arrangements (Part IV), and issues, illustrated through case-studies, involved in domestic implementation of the Protocol (Part V). 
   This is a book that will appeal to Antarctic specialists and to all those interested in environmental law and policy.